Boxing Fight Tonight | Gervonta Davis vs Rolando Romero – odds Fight info ، Fight card - Dilta Sport

Boxing Fight Tonight | Gervonta Davis vs Rolando Romero – odds Fight info ، Fight card


Event : Gervonta Davis vs Rolando Romero
Date: Saturday, May 28
Main card: 9 p.m. ET / 2 a.m. GMT
Main event ringwalks (approx): 11:15 p.m. ET / 4:15 a.m. GMT

The discourse has escalated to the point where everyone should be warned: post-fight interviews should be conducted with parental discretion.

At Friday’s weigh-in, a small shove added to the tension, but both combatants appear to be having a good time in between the fights. This came after Rolando Romero remarked Gervonta Davis looked like a chlamydia-infected koala and Davis responded to queries about Romero’s technique by adding, “He’s not an uncomfortable fighter.” He’s basically a knucklehead boxer.”

Whether Davis will continue to cooperate with Floyd Mayweather to offer some backstage drama is also a topic in the background.

Gervonta Davis Record Ans Bio

  • Nationality: American
  • Born: November 7, 1994
  • Height: 5′ 5.5″
  • Reach: 67.5″
  • Total Fights: 26
  • Record: 26-0 (24 KOs)

Rolando Romero Record Ans Bio

  • Nationality: American
  • Born: October 14, 1995
  • Height: 5’8″
  • Reach: 68″
  • Total Fights: 14
  • Record: 14-0 (12 KOs)

Gervonta Davis vs Rolando Romero : Undercard

  • MAIN EVENT: Gervonta Davis vs Rolando Romero – WBA lightweight title
  • Erislandy Lara vs Gary O’Sullivan – WBA middleweight title
  • Jesus Alejandro Ramos vs Lucas Santamaria
  • Eduardo Ramirez vs Luis Melendez
  • Luis Arias vs Jimmy Williams
  • Mia Ellisvs Jaica Pavilus
  • Arnold Gonzalez vs Tracey McGruder
  • Adrian Benton vs Jose Antonio Meza
  • Jalil Major Hackett vs Jose Belloso
  • Cuttino Oliver vs Jahden Lewis

Gervonta Davis vs Rolando Romero Prediction :

You may discover examples of vulgar brawlers who were a top-class fighter’s kryptonite throughout boxing’s history.

Because of the much more typical scenario of the superior fighter just outclassing their rival, those battles tend to stand out in the mind significantly more.

Can Romero play Vernon Forrest to Davis’ Ricardo Mayorga? It’s feasible, but it’s also quite improbable.

Despite Romero’s claims that Davis will be outboxed and struck clean by every opponent, Romero leaves the wider defensive holes.

With practically every blow, Romero goes for the fences, winding up and leaving enormous openings for return fire while also finding himself off-balance.

Davis is clearly a better fighter, and his power is comparable to, if not superior to, Romero’s. Aside from Romero landing a game-changing strike on Davis, it’s difficult to see how the fight doesn’t end with Davis landing clean punches on Romero early and often before ending the fight with a vicious flurry.